PUMA Brasil 2014 pack


PUMA bring back their 1970 football themed classic in 2 colourways for 2014 – the Brasil.

Originally created in 1970 to celebrate Brazil’s World Cup win, the Brasil was and still is a lifestyle shoe. With players like Pelé being a big PUMA brand representative in that era, playing in the well known PUMA King boots, there are strong ties between the brand and Brazil’s football heritage. Aptly timed for a come back during the Brazil World Cup this year, the Brasil sees itself back on the shelf once again, and it’s no coincidence. Thankfully, Brazil are still in the World Cup when this shoe re-issued. It could have been a sore topic otherwise.

The PUMA Brasil is available in both grey and navy exclusively at Office for £60 a pair.

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  • Jordan Tunnicliff

    These look like they’d be amazing to skate.